India Today - Hindi
India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 17th June 2020, issue:

Cover Story: Maharashtra

Ohda Sambhalte hi Agni Pariksha

As Maharashtra becomes the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray faces a severe test of leadership. Will he be equal to the task or will an over-reliance on bureaucrats prove his undoing?

Cover Story: Dusre Hotspot

The easing of lockdown restrictions in Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Gujarat, among the states worst-affected by Covid, is fraught with high risk. How prepared are they?


Special Report:                 Congress

Akhir Kiske Hathon me Patwar

As rahul gandhi gets back to the thick of things in the congress, the party veterans look to thwart his team’s plans. another power struggle seems to be on in the grand ol’ party

Uttar Pradesh

Naye Tewar Dikhati Congress

State unit of congress under leadership of Priyanka Vadra Gandhi attacked Uttar Pradesh’s Yogi Government on the issue of migrant labours.  This is indication of changed tactics of opposition. 


Nation: Laddakh Takrav

Himalaya  me Ashanti

The Chinese PLA’s incursions across the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh test the vulnerability of India’s newest Union territory

Covid-19 kr Maar: Economy

Khastahaal Khudra bazaar

Impact of coconavirus on retail markets is the most. Shops were shut for more than 2 months and it results in millions of joblosses.


Upfront: Economy

Saakh par Laga Batta

O n June 1, Moody’s Investors Service, which rates bonds issued by governments and commercial entities, downgraded India’s foreign-currency and local-currency long-term issuer ratings by a notch to ‘Baa3’ from ‘Baa2’, adding that the outlook remained ‘negative’. This is the lowest investment-grade rating in Moody’s assessment.

Lockdown Diary: Cinema

Corona lockdown gave once in a lifetime chance to film stars to relax and stay home with family members. Confessions of cine stars on lockdown.


Arthat : Parde Ke Peechhe

Monopoly gripping the county’s market and industry. There is less or no space for competition.

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